The Straits Times' News In A Minute: April 29, 2016

Today's top news headlines: PrimaDeli sacks a staff for making racist remarks to a job interviewee, stiffer fines will be imposed on repeat offenders who leave vehicle engines idling, and long queues abound for Hokkaido's cheese tarts.

In today's The Straits Times News In A Minute video, we look at:

* Bakery chain PrimaDeli has apologised, and sacked a staff who allegedly made racist remarks to a candidate during a job interview.

* The National Environment Agency will increase the penalty for repeat offenders who leave their vehicle engines idling as part of ongoing efforts to further improve Singapore's ambient air quality and safeguard public health. 

* The queue for the crisp pastry with cream cheese filling at Bake Cheese Tarts’ first shop in Singapore started at 8.15am today, almost two hours before the shop opened.